Shawn Mendes spent the majority of last year on an arena tour. But a tour of that magnitude came with its fair share of highs, lows, mental pressure and physical demands. Netflix’s documentary In Wonder follows Shawn’s journey to self-discovery over the past year and how he channeled it all into a creative new album. In Wonder covers massive musical milestones in Mendes’ career as well as his fears, insecurities and more. In Wonder is available to stream now on Netflix!

Selena Gomez’s kitchen duties are far from over this holiday season. She has released a Thanksgiving special of her HBO Max cooking series Selena + Chef. The announcement came as a surprise to fans who finished watching the season finale of the show three months ago. But Gomez is back in the kitchen and ready to cook a turkey for the first time with the virtual help of Food Network star Aarti Sequeira. So Selena is ready to go for Thursday now no problem!

In a year unlike any other, Cardi B has continued to thrive. And to wrap up a successful 2020, she will be named Woman of the Year at Billboard’s Women in Music event on December 10. Jennifer Lopez will be honored with this year’s prestigious Icon Award for her impact on the music industry and the greater artistic community. Dua Lipa is set to receive the Powerhouse Award, given to act whose music dominated streaming, sales and radio this year. The 15th annual event will go virtual this year due to the pandemic and will stream live starting at 8PM.

Sia announced the release of the official album for her upcoming film Music. The studio release will drop on February 12. The album was written for and inspired by the filmed directed and co-written by Sia. So far, fans have gotten a preview of the collection through the songs Together and Courage to Change. Fans got the trailer for the film too. The trailer has received backlash judging the lead character. To say that Sia was a little frustrated is a bit of an understatement. She tweeted why don’t you watch my film before you judge it?